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Word Prompts Help Creativity ~ Week 30 (Clouds)

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"Word Prompts Help Creativity ~ Week 30" is an article to help inspire our creativity.

I choose a single word prompt encouaging others to write a poem, a short story, a song or any combination.

The only requirement is to relax and have fun writing.

"Give Yourself Permission To Be Creative ~ Ethan Hawke"

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Nature is Transforming

I was took by surprise this week as I took a moment to look around.

I remember Bill Holland saying the leaves on the trees were already changing colors in his neighborhood, but I really hadn't taken the time to notice.

Sure enough, the tips of the trees are gradually transforming into nature's beauty for Autumn.

It won't be long now, before the green hue totally disappears and we see bright orange, red & yellow shades.

I actually enjoy this time of year. I love taking a drive through the countryside just to adore this beautiful painting on the landscape.

The weather is usually perfect. It's not too cold, nor is it too hot. Yet, it signals the need to get prepared for Winter.

That is the part I dread. I have a list of things to finish before old man Winter rears his ugly head.

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Inspiration

Inspiration can come to us when we least expect it.

In my case, almost anything can & will inspire me, but I have moments when those thoughts get lost.

Like while I'm trying to sleep or I'm out with other people for the evening and my phone is put away.

I always tell myself I'll remember the idea later, but I don't. It's gone forever, never to be found again.

So I encourage you to jot down a few words the moment they spring into your mind.

Keep a notebook and a pen handy or carry your cell phone. You can jot down a few quick notes or record a message to yourself.

If you can't, don't get upset about it. Your muse has a lot more stories to tell.

Quite honestly, we have to let a few of them go.

Word Prompt = Clouds

According to Wikipedia a cloud is water vapour in the atmosphere (sky) that has condensed into very small water droplets or ice crystals that appear in visible shapes or formations above the ground.

This is hard for me to picture. I can't imagine clouds being droplets of water or ice crystals suspended in the sky.

They create such an amazing picture for us to see across the world.

Sometimes it feels like they bring peace to everyone across the universe.

Other times they seem dark and angry like just before a thunderstorm.

I remember the age old sayings, "I feel like I'm on cloud nine" and "Every cloud has a silver lining."

Maybe you are glancing up at the sky, watching the clouds on a sunny afternoon.

Or maybe you are waiting for the dark cloud in your life to go away.

Maybe the clouds make you feel a connection to a loved one who is no longer here.

I've included a video of a song from the 60's, "Both Sides Now ~ by Joni Mitchell." The link is below.

I'm not really certain what our muses might come up with for this word prompt, but let's give it a try.

So pick up your pens and jot down a few lines.

Never lose hope.

The darkest clouds precede the loveliest rain.

— Avijeet Das (Walk My World)

"Joni Mitchell ~ Both Sides Now (lyrics) by Alex From"

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Highlights This Week

Wow! Who knew one little word prompt could stir up so much enthusiasm.

This week's writing has been exceptional!

You've definitely made it difficult for me to choose which ones to feature.

You have written a variety of categories and topics on "Freedom."

We also have a few new Hubbers who joined in the fun this week.

Rinita Sen

Ishika Mehere

Husamuddin Chittalwala wrote one for Week 9 ~ "Friendship"

Teodora Gheorghe

A B Williams

We also welcome back Rozlin Mohsin after suffering Covid-19.

Please click on their names and take a moment to read their work.

I'd also like to point out three other exceptional pieces of work.

Vidya D Sagar writes about an American Psychologist Abraham Maslow & his beliefs. She also writes us a couple of poems.

Greg Cain (boxelderred) writes us a captivating story about a woman who found her freedom but carries the marks for life.

John Hansen writes us a story about wild animals in captivity and how their freedom is taken away.

To read these fantastic articles, follow the links below.

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Trapped In Our Own Prison

Teodora Gheorghe tells us we often make ourselves prisoners with our own fears & insecurities.

In her poem, "The Forgotten Prisoner’" she shows us someone waking up from a dream realizing he is trapped in his own prison.

When he learns to cry and lets his tears flow, he is released from his captivity.

He walks free.

This fantastic poem shows us how we often keep ourselves from enjoying freedom.

To read this one, please follow the link below.

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Freedom Is A Right For Everyone

A B Williams tell us that once freedom is gone it won't come back.

She says:

"Take what you have been given, that which has been fought for, when it is as good as it gets and work to preserve it, learn to understand it, in order to begin to cherish it."

On the 20th Anniversary of 9-11 she tunes in to watch sports and hears a young lady sing our National Anthem.

This is a beautiful tribute since her father was taken away on that tragic day 20 years ago.

He was one of the heros who reached out to help others escape the evil done on that day.

She hopes Americans keep both their patriotic spirit and their healing spirit of 9-12 which helped us to sustain and heal after that awful ordeal.

She hopes this spirit is passed down through the generations.

Her song, "Freedom's Song" reminds us that others want to have freedom but are dying without it.

Yet we take for granted the value of our freedoms which was fought so hard to attain.

Then she hears others say to forget the Bill of Rights and all those past modern day plights and follow whatever the government dictates.

There is talk of shunning those who don't follow this lead making her wonder what happened to the healing compassion after 9-11.

Others want you to forget your freedom and simply follow along, but they can't justify their reasons with any legitimate proof.

She tells us she will not follow this charade of deception.

She will stand strong behind her beliefs singing her Freedom Song until she takes her last breath.

This is a well thought out article and song which points out the tragedy of that fateful day with lessons we learned.

We did bond together as one unit on 9-12.

Working together for solutions is the best way. Not dictatorship mannerisms that seem to be tearing the American people apart with this recent pandemic.

We must not forget the freedoms we've been given, but we must also think about humanity as a whole looking at it from every angle.

What is right for one, may not be right for another, but Freedom is right for everyone.

To read her work follow the link below.

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Heavenly Freedom

Manatita44 has written us two different ones this week.

In his sonnet, "Nature's Freedom. A Regular Sonnet" he tells us that out of the darkness comes nature's beauty.

The moon, the stars, the sun all give birth to many wonders.

Each glimpse of light allows nature to provide the miracles we need to sustain life.

His poem, "Heavenly Freedom: To all Those we Lost in the NHS and Frontline Services" shows us that while we grieve the loss of the departed souls who lost their lives as they reached out with helping hands, God shows them glory and welcomes them home.

His poem, "Liberation. Extracts from my Poem, ‘Hope and Transformation" he shows us how he becomes fixated on the light of the heavens.

He tells us that Sage Vasishta’s wife resides there & many couples give honor, praying their marriages will be blessed.

As a young boy he wanted to travel to the moon to play with it, but his mother said it will come to him one day.

Now he lives life with the knowledge that his soul will live eternally when he leaves his mortal body behind. We have the freedom to choose eternal life.

In "A Thought-Provoking Look at Freedom" he tell us it's sometimes hard to decipher the good from the bad.

Nothing we do is by a random choice, but so often we close the window of our heart not letting the light inside.

In "The Soul of America Rejoices. A Free Verse Sonnet. An older poem" he tells us that with each new dawn of sunlight Americans rejoice.

They have indomitable will & courage with hearts filled with love despite the tragedies that come before them.

Freedom is a search for the abundant light that lasts forever.

His second one "Celestial-Freedoms-Tuesdays-Inspirations-27To-my-Dear-Friend-Rinita-Sen" "More Celebration of Brenda's 29th Prompt on Freedom" he gives us a few delightful Haikus.

My favorite one:

Zephyrs kiss the rose

Its breath dances gleefully

My soul drinks beauty.

In "Wisdom from the Master" he tells us true freedom is when we find the realization of God & manifest him into our life becoming one with our soul.

In his sonnet, "I Bask in The Light That Never Sleeps" he shows us how greed overtook his heart leaving him alone to walk in the darkness until he sees a glimmer of light.

He embraces the love of God & accepts him into his life. His soul feels peaceful.

In his poem,"The Enchanted Home-coming" he shows us how he offers himself when manifesting the love of the Shyama.

He gives us a glimpse of the beauty in heaven.

He includes a video at the end with inspirational quotes to ponder.

To read Manatita44's work, please follow the links below.

"How Does A Writer Know They Are Good Enough? By UCLA Professor Richard Walter ~ Film Courage"

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Previous Word Prompts

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Responses to Word Prompt

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BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on October 24, 2021:

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BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on October 15, 2021:

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BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on October 06, 2021:

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BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 29, 2021:

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BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 28, 2021:

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BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 27, 2021:

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BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 26, 2021:

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BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 26, 2021:

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BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 25, 2021:

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BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 25, 2021:

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BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 24, 2021:

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BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 23, 2021:

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BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 22, 2021:

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BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 21, 2021:

Read everyone's work on Clouds

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 21, 2021:

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BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 21, 2021:

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BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 20, 2021:

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BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 20, 2021:

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BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 19, 2021:

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BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 19, 2021:

Take a few moments to read Umesh Chandra Bhatt & Rozlin Mohsin's writing on Clouds.

https://letterpile.com/poetry/The-Mighty-Clouds-Re...

Umesh Chandra Bhatt

https://letterpile.com/poetry/His-Beautiful-Design...

Rozlin Mohsin

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 19, 2021:

Rozlin

I just finished reading this one.

You did great.

I will post in the word prompt article & put a comment beneath your article.

Rozlin from UAE on September 19, 2021:

Hi, Brenda. Here is my contribution https://letterpile.com/poetry/His-Beautiful-Design...

Hope you like it.

Take care.

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 18, 2021:

Vidya

Thank you so much!

I appreciate all the work you & everyone else puts in to these articles.

Plus your patience when I can't get to them right away.

Take care & have a lovely Sunday.

VIDYA D SAGAR on September 18, 2021:

Thanks Brenda, I appreciate you for your effort and time giving us prompts, encouraging us to write, analyzing and posting the links of our work. Thanks a lot.

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 18, 2021:

Post links ~ Clouds

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 18, 2021:

Vidya

I just finished reading this one.

Great work.

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 18, 2021:

Take a moment to read Vidya D Sagar's work

https://letterpile.com/poetry/Poem-How-wonderful-t...

VIDYA D SAGAR on September 18, 2021:

https://hubpages.com/literature/Poem-How-wonderful... my response to word prompt week 30-clouds

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 18, 2021:

Post links ~ Clouds

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 18, 2021:

Take a few moments to read Misbah's work.

https://letterpile.com/poetry/Dreamy-White-Clouds...

Misbah Sheikh from The World of Rebels. on September 18, 2021:

Bredz, here's my response: https://letterpile.com/poetry/Dreamy-White-Clouds...

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 17, 2021:

Alyssa

Thank you.

I absolutely love how you described your trail up in the mountains.

It sounds so peaceful & beautiful.

It would definitely make me want to cuddle up on those clouds too.

I want to touch a cloud. I am mesmerized by them constantly.

As for winter...I guess I'll have to tackle that list one day, but right now it's still warm enough weather to enjoy.

Maybe we'll get lucky and the cold will hold off a bit.

Just let the temperature be in the 70's and we can enjoy those days with crisp nights & colorful trees.

They are beautiful when they change.

I think you are going to write us another masterpiece...I can feel it.

Alyssa from Ohio on September 17, 2021:

The trees are about to give us a beautiful show of color! I also have a miles-long to-do list before winter hits. It'll be here before we know it!

I agree with you, Brenda. It's hard to imagine clouds as droplets of water and ice. When I was about 9, my family took a trip down to Tennessee. We visited Rock City (I think that's what it was called) ... it was basically a trek through the mountains, I remember how beautiful it was. Your prompt reminds me of a moment up in the mountains where we were higher than the clouds. I remember just wanting to reach out and touch them, maybe even climb on top to nestle in with a good book. They looked so dense, so comfy, like a fluffy chair or blanket.

I think this is going to be another great prompt! Thank you! I hope you have a lovely weekend!

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 17, 2021:

Take a few moments to read Pamela Olgesby's work on clouds.

https://letterpile.com/poetry/Clouds-Per-Brenda-Ar...

Please read & comment.

I haven't had the pleasure of reading this one yet, but I will.

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 17, 2021:

John

It's okay.

It keeps me on my toes.

Have a wonderful day.

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 17, 2021:

Take a moment to read John Hansen's work on Clouds.

https://discover.hubpages.com/literature/The-Littl...

John Hansen from Gondwana Land on September 17, 2021:

Oh I must have done the same as Pamela lol.

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 17, 2021:

John

Thank you so much!

Here is the one you couldn't see.. it's under the word prompt article.

No problem.

I got it & thank you.

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 17, 2021:

Pamela

I realized it too when you stopped your words midsentence.

No problem, I would've known which one you were talking about.

Have a wonderful day.

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 17, 2021:

Pamela

Thank you.

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 17, 2021:

John

I just finished reading this one & will be posting a link in the article.

What a sweet lullaby that I've never heard before.

Pamela Oglesby from Sunny Florida on September 17, 2021:

I just realized that in my feed I was putting my comment on the wrong article, LOL!

Pamela Oglesby from Sunny Florida on September 17, 2021:

Three wonderful poems. I think the acrostic poem is very good. I like the second one as

John Hansen from Gondwana Land on September 16, 2021:

Excellent poetry, Brenda. You never disappoint, and these "cloud" poems are no exception.

John Hansen from Gondwana Land on September 16, 2021:

Here is my contribution, Brenda: https://discover.hubpages.com/literature/The-Littl...

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 16, 2021:

Take a moment to read my work on Clouds.

https://letterpile.com/poetry/Response-Brenda-s-Wo...

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 16, 2021:

Post links ~ Clouds

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 16, 2021:

Take a moment to read Rinita Sen's Haikus on Clouds.

https://letterpile.com/poetry/Moods-of-Clouds-Poem...

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 16, 2021:

Teodora

Thank you.

I posted a link in this article & left a comment beneath your article.

Good write.

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 16, 2021:

Ravi

Thank you.

I have just finished reading this one & posted the link within the article.

So you're not a morning person..

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 16, 2021:

Take a few minutes to read Teodora Gheorghe's work on Clouds.

https://letterpile.com/poetry/Clouds-Between-My-Th...

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 16, 2021:

Take a moment to read Ravi Rajan's poem on Clouds.

https://letterpile.com/poetry/My-Morning-Moods

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 16, 2021:

Rosina

Thank you.

No time is too late.

I hope everything is okay now.

We'll see how this word prompt goes.

I've always been fascinated with clouds.

Take care.

Teodora Gheorghe on September 16, 2021:

Hi, this is the poem that I wrote inspired by your prompt.

https://letterpile.com/poetry/Clouds-Between-My-Th...

Ravi Rajan from Mumbai on September 16, 2021:

Hi Brenda my response to week-30 clouds is as below. I hope you like it.

https://letterpile.com/poetry/My-Morning-Moods

Rosina S Khan on September 15, 2021:

Brenda, sorry for responding late but I ran into a little problem. Anyways, I think "Clouds" is a great prompt for this week. Let's see how fellow writers respond. Already I see there are two responses. That's great. I will keep reading.

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 15, 2021:

It's hard taking a Day Off.

I kept wanting to look at my phone or jot down a few notes.

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 15, 2021:

Vidya

You are quite welcome & Thank you.

I have only seen two responses, I'll have to look.

I decided to take the day off.

Hopefully my muse & yours will come to life.

Have a great night.

VIDYA D SAGAR on September 15, 2021:

Thanks Brenda for mentioning my response to last week's word prompt and posting my link. I feel honored. I am glad you liked it. This week's word prompt is interesting. Many have already submitted their responses. I hope my muse does not let me down this time. Looking forward to reading all the responses. Have a blessed day.

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 15, 2021:

Post links ~ Clouds

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 15, 2021:

Peggy

So glad you only ended up with a little debris and not a whole lot of damage.

Stay safe.

Have a great week.

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 15, 2021:

Rinita

Thanks

Keep those ideas you jot down. They might come in handy down the road.

Have a great day.

Peggy Woods from Houston, Texas on September 15, 2021:

I just read Chitrangada's article about clouds. Surely there will be many from this word prompt. Clouds can be so beautiful!

We were out in our yard picking up shredded tree debris from the recent tropical storm Nicholas that came our way. It was a cloudy day and proves to be another one today. We lucked out with no downed trees like some people had. Also, no flooding in our area. Others were not so lucky.

Rinita Sen on September 15, 2021:

You're so right about losing ideas forever. Happens to me a lot. Even when I jot them down, I can't relate to some of them later. Moods of a poet, I suppose.

Anyway, great word prompt this week. Hope to read some excellent writes.

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 15, 2021:

Take a moment to read Ishika Mehere's writing on clouds.

https://letterpile.com/poetry/Mood-clouds

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 15, 2021:

Oh by the way....

I'M TAKING THE DAY OFF!!

I'll check in a little later this evening, but today I'm gonna relax.

I hope it doesn't rain all day.

Take care everyone!

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 15, 2021:

A Note for those who are just joining us....

Please put a text box in your article stating your work is in response to Brenda's word prompt or something...so we all know.

If I don't see it, it might not get included.

Try to say which Week...like week 9 ~ Friendship.

Thank you.

Oh by the way....

I'M TAKING THE DAY OFF!!

I'll check in a little later this evening, but today I'm gonna relax.

I hope it doesn't rain all day.

Take care everyone!

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 15, 2021:

Bill

Thank you.

I can imagine you are looking forward to those rain clouds.

June 13th ?? You must be pretty dry by now.

Thunderstorms passed through my little area at 2 a.m. and kept me awake for a bit.

Have a great week.

Bill Holland from Olympia, WA on September 15, 2021:

No measurable rain here since June 13th. That changes this weekend, so we will finally see some clouds around the Pacific Northwest. I'm oddly looking forward to it happening. :)

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 15, 2021:

Manatita44

Thank you. I'm glad you like this new word prompt.

Fall is supposed to be here, but the weather here keeps having a war.

Which is fine by me.

Thank you so

much for your kindness paying homage to me.

Reading everyone's work is a joyful task.

I often worry I decipher their message incorrectly though.

I'm glad you liked that picture.

Have a great week.

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 15, 2021:

Take a moment to read Chitrangada Sharan's piece on clouds.

https://letterpile.com/poetry/An-Affair-With-The-C...

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 15, 2021:

John

Thank you.

It's looking a bit like fall...but the temperatures this week are still summer ones.

It's like Autumn & Summer are dueling it out to see who gets to stay.

Take care & have a great week.

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 15, 2021:

Rozlin

Thank you.

It's great to have you back.

I'm not sure what our muses will write for clouds.

Take care.

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 15, 2021:

Chitrangada

Thank you.

Festivals are so wonderful.

We were supposed to have one in my little town...but it's been canceled once again due to Covid-19.

Enjoy yours for me too.

I will definitely use this one as a response to clouds.

If you get a chance to write something else...then so be it.

Have a great week

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 15, 2021:

Pamela

Thanks. Freedom did bring in a lot of different responses.

A little bit of everything, which makes it so fun.

Have a great day.

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 15, 2021:

Misbah

Thank you.

Clouds are intriguing to me. I find myself watching them, picturing things in them...all the time.

Sending you hugs in the clouds today....maybe you will see it.

Love ya

Bredz

manatita44 from london on September 15, 2021:

Well done, Brenda. Another great theme. Clouds. Dark clouds, or silvery clouds; grey clouds or white clouds? Mental clouds or heavenly clouds of blue?

Yes, 'Fall' is here and I look forward to magenta leaves. I also love your inspirations. However, I envy your task this week of going through all the contributions to your prompts. May I pause to congratulate or commend you? I pay homage to your Heart of Love and beauty here, which can so easily get forgotten.

Many great post and wonderful contributions. I absolutely love that Freedom pic with hands outstretched and I thank you for the 'shout' as always. Much Love.

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 15, 2021:

Teodora

You're welcome.

Thanks. I hope to see your writing.

Have a great day.

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 15, 2021:

Ishika

Thank you.

We'd love to read your work. I'll look forward to what your muse writes.

Have a great day.

John Hansen from Gondwana Land on September 15, 2021:

“Clouds” is a great word prompt, Brenda. I am quite sure I should be able to come up with something. I am sure fall is a lovely time there with the milder weather and leaves changing colour. Thank your continuing this series.

Rozlin from UAE on September 15, 2021:

Hi, Brenda. Thank you for another interesting prompt and for welcoming me too. Let's wait and see what everyone comes up with. Enjoyed reading your article. Take care.

Many blessings and love to you, dear friend.

Chitrangada Sharan from New Delhi, India on September 15, 2021:

Hello Brenda!

Excellent article, and an enjoyable read. I loved your opening paragraph. Yes, Nature is transforming. I liked reading all the great responses from the fellow writers.

Thank you for sharing this wonderful series, and the new word prompt, Clouds.

I have published a poem earlier on ‘Clouds.’ If you feel appropriate, you may include it as a response. I have updated it today, and also refreshed the comments.

Been busy these days, due to the festivals. But, would try to write something new.

https://letterpile.com/poetry/An-Affair-With-The-C...

Thank you so much for the continued motivation. Have a wonderful day!

Pamela Oglesby from Sunny Florida on September 15, 2021:

I agree that the word freedom resulted in a variety of good responses. Thank you for the new prompt. I hope you are having a good week

Misbah Sheikh from The World of Rebels. on September 15, 2021:

Brenda, thank you for the new prompt. I'm sure we'll get some wonderful responses as always.

Have a great day. Blessings!

Teodora Gheorghe on September 14, 2021:

Thank you for the mention! :) And yes, a very interesting prompt.

ISHIKA MEHERE from NAGPUR on September 14, 2021:

I would love to write on the word prompt "clouds".

Hope you have a great day ahead.

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 14, 2021:

Sankhajit

Thank you

Sankhajit Bhattacharjee from MILWAUKEE on September 14, 2021:

cool idea...

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on September 14, 2021:

Ravi

Thank you.

I'm not sure about it...but we'll see.

I actually loved your writing on Freedom. Keep up the great work.

Have a great day.

Ravi Rajan from Mumbai on September 14, 2021:

Thanks, Brenda for the prompt."Clouds" is another interesting prompt having a wide interpretation.

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